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“Fact” Checkers Become a Bigger Joke Everyday
The latest Thought Police campaign is to add “Missing Context” or “False Information” flags on any posts that mention the price of gas while Trump was in office. As usual, the “Missing Context” ones don’t actually dispute any facts, they just read off Democrat talking points, this time explaining how prices increases are caused by Putin, Covid shocks, and greedy oil companies. The “False Information” ones usually quibble over a few cents, such as the small difference in price between 2020 Election Day and Inauguration Day when Biden took office. All these “fact” checks do is destroy their own credibility. Do they think people can’t remember how much they paid for a tank of gas only a year or two ago?
Another One Bites the Dust
Clinton Advisor Who Admitted Epstein to White House Found Shot, Hanging from Tree
Speaking of fact checkers & censorship, one thing that will get you flagged or suspended on social media is to bring up anything to do with the countless suspicious deaths of Clinton associates or Jeffrey Epstein persons of interest. The story above only happened a few days ago, so you can bet the Thought Police are scouring timelines of known trouble makers for anything related they can use as censorship justification. In the previous suspicious Epstein-related death earlier this year, I was personally give 60 days Facebook jail for a 2-year-old meme of Hillary calling the suicide hotline on the same day the story came out.
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